Dec. 3, 2012
Massive Dynamics, Inc.'s
(OTCBB: MSSD) president,
announced this morning "Management of Massive Dynamics has taken steps to speed up confirmations to customers that have preordered the new TeliPad smartphone device. We have received several communications from customers expressing concern of whether they have been officially registered for the first 200,000 preorders – qualifying them for the special introductory price. We have temporarily brought on outside assistance to speed up the process. If you have not yet received a confirmation, you should receive one shortly. Also, please be sure to check your spam folder, in case the confirmation has ended up in that folder instead of your inbox."
The Company has encountered a surprising number of preorders for its TeliPad since announcing it on "Cyber Monday" of last week. Massive Dynamics new TeliPad is the Company's entrance into the multi-billion dollar smartphone market that has been noticeably held by Apple Inc., the Nokia Corporation, Google Inc. and Research in Motion. The Company is currently interviewing and expects to permanently add the number of employees necessary to keep up with demand for the TeliPad.
What really sets this new TeliPad apart from smartphone competitors is that it "adds" a two-line smartphone to an existing Apple Inc. iPad (including the Mini), Android tablet or Windows tablet.
The new TeliPad product from Massive Dynamics eliminates the need to carry a separate smartphone if you already own certain computing tablets. Because of its two line functionality, the one TeliPad device actually takes the place of two smartphones and a tablet, by making the tablet itself all that you need to carry to fully communicate and interact online and on the phone. The TeliPad is about the size of a credit card and can be adhered to the back of your computing tablet or kept in close proximity, since it works via Bluetooth©. The TeliPad is compatible with iOS, Android and Windows tablets. The smartphone function is designed to work on AT&T©, Verizon©, T-Mobile©, and Cellular One© networks or any network that supports SIMM. At this time, the TeliPad is not supported by Sprint© network systems technology.